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Model # 376255

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Hillman

3/8 in. Pop Toggle with Screw (6-Pack)

$ 1 68

Overview

Pop toggles work with various diameter sheet metal screws. They are ideal for anchoring into hollow base materials such as drywall. They are ideal for hanging electrical fixtures, drapery supports, bathroom/kitchen accessories, pictures, mirrors, and more. Pop toggles also hold strong in solid materials such as wood studs, concrete or block. The anchor is corrosion resistant, and a pre-drilled hole is required. These toggles are suited for indoor applications. Includes six (6) 3/8 in. anchors with matching combination-drive screws. Featured anchors measure 1-1/4 in. long. Maximum working load for 5/8 in. drywall is 80 lbs.
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Product Overview

Pop toggles work with various diameter sheet metal screws. They are ideal for anchoring into hollow base materials such as drywall. They are ideal for hanging electrical fixtures, drapery supports, bathroom/kitchen accessories, pictures, mirrors, and more. Pop toggles also hold strong in solid materials such as wood studs, concrete or block. The anchor is corrosion resistant, and a pre-drilled hole is required. These toggles are suited for indoor applications. Includes six (6) 3/8 in. anchors with matching combination-drive screws. Featured anchors measure 1-1/4 in. long. Maximum working load for 5/8 in. drywall is 80 lbs.
  • For drywall, plaster, and tile
  • Holds strong even if solid material is hit
  • Not recommended for ceiling applications
  • Use with stainless or brass screws in wet climates
  • When anchor is flush, use provided pin to expand anchor behind drywall
  • For vibration and shock loads, reduce working load by a safety factor of 4
  • 6 anchors per package
  • Learn more about drywall anchors here.

Product Overview

Model #: 376255
Sku #: 740268
Internet #: 202243047

Pop toggles work with various diameter sheet metal screws. They are ideal for anchoring into hollow base materials such as drywall. They are ideal for hanging electrical fixtures, drapery supports, bathroom/kitchen accessories, pictures, mirrors, and more. Pop toggles also hold strong in solid materials such as wood studs, concrete or block. The anchor is corrosion resistant, and a pre-drilled hole is required. These toggles are suited for indoor applications. Includes six (6) 3/8 in. anchors with matching combination-drive screws. Featured anchors measure 1-1/4 in. long. Maximum working load for 5/8 in. drywall is 80 lbs.

  • For drywall, plaster, and tile
  • Holds strong even if solid material is hit
  • Not recommended for ceiling applications
  • Use with stainless or brass screws in wet climates
  • When anchor is flush, use provided pin to expand anchor behind drywall
  • For vibration and shock loads, reduce working load by a safety factor of 4
  • 6 anchors per package
  • Learn more about drywall anchors here.

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Brand Hillman Hillman Hillman Hilti
Name 1/8 in. Pop Toggles with Screws (6-Pack) 3/8 in. Pop Toggle with Screw (6-Pack) 5/8 in. Pop Toggle Anchor (20-Pack) 3/16 in. Drywall Anchor with Phillips Flat Head Screw (8-Pack)
Price
$1.58
$1.68
$4.88
$8.50
Ratings (4) (14) (3) (14)
Anchor Length (in.) 1 1.25 1.5 2.5
Package Quantity 6 6 20 8
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.) 40 40 80 0
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Specifications

Dimensions

Anchor Diameter (in.)
3/8"
Anchor Length (in.)
1.25
Required Drill Hole Size (in.)
0

Details

Color Family
Silver
Drive Style
Phillips
Fastener Callout Size
8x1
Fastener Head Style
Round
Fastener Plating
Stainless Steel
Fastener Type
Molly/Toggle Bolt
Fastener/Connector Material
Steel
Features
No Additional Features
Finish
Grey Plastic
Included
Screw
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)
40
Package Quantity
6
Product Weight (lb.)
0.367lb
Weight Capacity (lb.)
40

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
No

Specifications

Dimensions

Anchor Diameter (in.)
3/8"
Anchor Length (in.)
1.25
Required Drill Hole Size (in.)
0

Details

Color Family
Silver
Drive Style
Phillips
Fastener Callout Size
8x1
Fastener Head Style
Round
Fastener Plating
Stainless Steel
Fastener Type
Molly/Toggle Bolt
Fastener/Connector Material
Steel
Features
No Additional Features
Finish
Grey Plastic
Included
Screw
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)
40
Package Quantity
6
Product Weight (lb.)
0.367lb
Weight Capacity (lb.)
40

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
No

Questions & Answers

What is the weight capacity?

What is the weight capacity?
Asked by: Homedecor
about 35 lbs
Answered by: carlossarda1
Date published: 2019-05-10
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Customer Reviews

3/8 in. Pop Toggle with Screw (6-Pack) is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Toggles replaced anchor mollies that wouldn't hold a small hook rack in drywall / no studs nearby... Toggles replaced anchor mollies that wouldn't hold a small hook rack in drywall / no studs nearby. The toggles are super easy to install and seem sturdy (I have ~ 10# on there.) Folding toggles was a little confusing / package instructions not great. Posting pics that helped me.
Date published: 2019-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from If you do it PROPERLY, these can't be beat. If you do it PROPERLY, these can't be beat.
Date published: 2019-05-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Meh, does the job sort of? 3 out of my 6 toggles didn't "POP" I got the first three to pop out successfully and you hear a very audible CLICK as the tool goes all the way in, requires quite a large amount of effort. My 3 other toggles didn't pop at all, and then the tool broke (probably a bad angle). I then used a smaller screwdriver, but I think all that did was punch a hole through the plastic instead of popping the wings... Wish I went with the easy anchor twist n lock or just went for the full on Toggler Bolt. The good -smaller pilot hole required -does the job if it works The bad -cheap plastic, doesn't appear very sturdy, when you compress the wings to prepare for installation, the clear plastic goes white (not sure if this normal but indicates cheap construction or bad design to me since it's stressing the plastic) -junky flimsy tool included -takes a lot of effort to pop the wings and doesn't really work unless you have good leverage
Date published: 2015-11-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have bought these in multiple sizes for different projects now, and will continue to use these ... I have bought these in multiple sizes for different projects now, and will continue to use these as my go-to drywall anchors. These hold a lot of weight and feel way more secure than standard drywall anchors. I have these holding up heavy mirrors, ironing boards, tool racks, and decorations. You do have to make a pretty big hole but it is worth it for how well they work. I found that it helps a lot to use a flat head screwdriver to notch out where the fins that dig into the drywall surface go, as it is hard to insert these otherwise. If you do that, it will fit in easy and flush the first time and it will be much easier to pop the anchors out with the yellow tool. Hint, if you are having to push hard enough that you might break the yellow tool, the anchor is either not flush with the wall, is too small for the thickness of drywall you are putting it in, or there is something snagging in the wall (like spray insulation, which I scraped away with some long angled tweezers). To the "I'm big and strong" people on here who can't seem to fold these easily in spite of being sooooo strong and then complaining that they broke several trying, I have included pictures of the right way to do it. For reference I am 120 lbs, and a whopping 5'3" and I can fold them with one hand. I have broken exactly zero of these out of three packages. Things tend to break when you break them, and then won't work as intended afterwards. These are great, btw.
Date published: 2019-01-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Useless on drywall 1) Toggles were extremely difficult to "bend/fold" into the proper shape (according to the back of the package) to fit into the hole. Two toggles, out of two packages purchased, simply wouldn't fold because of molding imperfections (you could see plastic in areas that were open on the others). See image for examples. 2) Once toggles were inserted, apparently they don't "unfold" well on the inside of the drywall, as when tightening the screw into the shelf rail I was installing, I noticed that the toggles were pulling out of the wall. When trying to remove screws, one of them started turning and further damaged/enlarged the hole. It's possible that, if the first problem can be overcome, these might work OK on masonry. I'll be trying to figure out how to remove these from the wall (likely using a cutoff disk to take off the ends, then push the remainder back to drop inside the wall) and replace with metal anchors. They may be more expensive, and a step more to install, but at least they have a track record of reliability.
Date published: 2015-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Much better than the straight plastic ones you get in installation kits. I used these to support a 165 cm long by 26 cm wide by 0.5 cm thick IKEA mirror. I used the spring-loaded supports (well the top two are spring-loaded and the bottom two are not) that I bought from Amazon (the ones from IKEA felt cheap). The anchors were overkill for this job but they feel solid when you use them. You don't get that "is this in all the way?" feeling like you do with the installation kits that come with products (imagine those little colored cylinders that barely expand when you drive the screw). Make sure you install them per the instructions. I made the recommended 5/16" hole (I knew I missed the studs). Fold the piece so it looks like a tight 'V' when you fold it, not like a squashed 'O'. I pushed it in with my thumb until I could not push it anymore. Then I used a scrap piece of wood and a mallet to drive it nearly flush with the wall. I think the small round lip will be raised against the drywall/painted surface. Finally I used the pop tool until I felt it "pop" open. Note that if you don't drive the plastic anchor far into the wall it will be very hard to pop it open, and you may have to use a mallet to carefully strike the pop tool. On two occasions I could use my hand and on two occasions I had to use a mallet and gently hammered it. Note that after I screwed the supports to the anchor I had to unscrew them twice because of my own alignment issues (my fault). Fortunately the anchor accepted the screw two more times! Yes I was able to reuse it but I doubt it's recommended.
Date published: 2014-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a great design and solid anchor but you MUST use the yellow tool to open the ""wings."" If ... This is a great design and solid anchor but you MUST use the yellow tool to open the "wings." If the wings are not opened as per instructions you will have a weak holding anchor. In summary if you know what you are doing and follow instructions these can't be beat for strength and cost.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hanging Curtains I hung curtains in drywall and they fell down within a month and left convenient holes to use the pop-toggles with. They're up now and they feel way more sturdy. Also, you have to actually knock the yellow key in for the anchor to pop out, I couldn't push it with my hands. Very easy install overall, less than five minutes.
Date published: 2014-08-13
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